Repost: Should I DO Something? Yes! Absolutely.

It’s possible to stand frozen at the corner of good intentions and helpful action.

I’ve done it dozens of times.

And every time I’ve allowed myself to swallow “but I don’t know what to do” and done nothing I’ve regretted it.

Every. Single. Time.

So I’m here to tell you that when you get that urge, feel that itch, hear that still, small voice that says, “DO something“, then do it.

You may already have a good idea of what it is you need to do, but in case you don’t know exactly how to make a difference in the life of a heart hanging on by a thread, here are some things to get you started:

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Should I DO Something? Yes. Absolutely.

Author: Melanie

I am a shepherd, wife and mother of four amazing children, three that walk the earth with me and one who lives with Jesus. This is a record of my grief journey and a look into the life I didn't choose. If you are interested in joining a community of bereaved parents leaning on the promises of God in Christ, please like the public Facebook page, "Heartache and Hope: Life After Losing a Child" and join the conversation.

One thought on “Repost: Should I DO Something? Yes! Absolutely.”

  1. Melaine
    I have to share that the very first bereaved mother whom I was introduced to, 9 months after my 22 year old son passed away died yesterday. At our first meeting, I honestly was so excited, because I thought she had the magic bullet message to take my pain away. Her son, David, died 10 years previously. While I realized she, nor anyone else, can take our pain, they can sit and be WITH US. The other hope I thought was that if she could carry on 10 years before me I certainly can. God always has us in his hand. 7 months ago she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer… lucky her she is home with her son. No more pain. My prayer is to pay it forward and to be with the mother the next bereaved mother. I will sit in her pain. As Christ’s message was “I will not promise no pain but I WILL ALWAYS BE HERE FOR YOU”…PEACE

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